There is just so much to enjoy and photograph in this city!This adventure is designed not only to guide you to the most photogenic locations carefully planned for the best light, but also to aid you in mentally visualizing a scene before capturing the decisive moment.Memorial, the Smithsonian Institution, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the National World War II Memorial; the list goes on and on.While all of these spots are definitely worth checking out (and for maybe recreating one of your fave scenes), the city has so much more to offer beyond the National Mall.As you can see above, heroes in DC Adv can name their powers whatever they like, and they are constructed from power effects with more generic names.
When people come, they often have a list of iconic tourist attractions they’d like to see: the White House, the US Capitol, the Lincoln Memorial, the Martin Luther King, Jr.
Usually, these are the sorts of things that inspired us to start travelling in the first place.
There really isn’t quite another city in the world like Washington D. With its iconic landmarks and famous sites, Washington D. is an ideal place to appreciate the history of America while improving your skills in travel, fine art, long exposure and cityscape photography. Also is the grand Tidal Basin, the central site of the famous cherry blossoms that bloom every spring, and the Jefferson Memorial and newly erected Martin Luther King Memorial.
It DID take a lot of its cues from Mayfair's DC Heroes, which is one of the reasons I initially liked it so much, but ultimately lacked its precursor's elegance. DC Adv's chargen is actually more elegant than DCH's which might not have been so obvious for Superman because so many powers were named after his own.
But your own hero called Afterburner having "Heat Vision" coming out of his hands, or Weather Mistress using winds as "Super-Breath" did seem pretty ridiculous.